Three beautiful women walked into Dunkin’ Donuts in Tarpon Springs. The one on 1143 South Pinellas Ave, 34689. By the “T” formed by Meres Boulevard and South Pinellas Avenue (aka Alternate 19).
The three you see in this picture.
Would you think these Tarpon Springs High School women are entitled to park in the handicapped space in front of the Dunkin Donuts?
Do you see what’s hanging from the rearview mirror? Do you think it belongs to the driver of this SUV?
All looked to be in good shape, with no visible signs of a physical or mental disability.
I noticed their car parked at the High School on Gulf Road less than a mile from the Dunkin’ Donuts. I deliberately drove by to verify if they were from Tarpon Springs.I did notice one handicap. The driver had trouble trying to open her door with all the food she had bought for herself. So, I guess a food handicap qualifies for a handicap parking permit in Tarpon Springs.
The first sentence in this post is false. The word beautiful should be erased.
Three women parked in front of Dunkin’ Donuts in Tarpon Springs. They all jumped out quickly, walked briskly into the restaurant, ending behind a man wearing black riding pants. His racing bike was leaning on the handicapped pole where these women had left their vehicle. He stared at them and all three stood there looking into their cellphones.
They looked too nervous to say hello, and I thought he was going to ask them why they had parked in that spot. I noticed his annoyance with them. I’m guessing he just wanted to have a quiet breakfast. He did not speak to any of them. He looked at the one with the car keys and decided not to confront her.
I have a feeling they will see this in the internet one day. My hope is that they are shamed by their peers into not parking in a spot that should remain empty for someone who really has a necessity to use it.